Ohio teachers bring activities to students in apartment complex

07/8/2013 | Columbus Dispatch (Ohio), The

Educators at an Ohio elementary school are making twice-a-week visits to an apartment complex this summer as part of an effort to develop relationships with families who are unable to attend functions during the school year. "It gives us more of an opportunity to talk and get to know them," said third-grade teacher Emily Dillon, who proposed summer visits after learning that most students planned to watch television and play video games all summer.

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